Camila Cabello REVEALS why she sided with Taylor Swift over the Scooter Braun controversy; FIND OUT

Camila Cabello was amongst the musicians who sided with Taylor Swift over her music catalogue rights controversy with Justin Bieber's manager, Scooter Braun. The Señorita songstress revealed the reasoning behind her decision to defend her good friend.
Taylor Swift wrote a scathing Tumblr post about Scooter Braun owning her entire music catalogue.Taylor Swift wrote a scathing Tumblr post about Scooter Braun owning her entire music catalogue.
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A few weeks back, Taylor Swift and Scooter Braun's heated controversy had the music industry in a state of disarray. Taylor had taken to her official Tumblr page to share a scathing post about how in her wildest dreams, she did not imagine that Scooter would one day own her entire music catalogue. In a deal that cost hundreds of millions of dollars, Braun bought Big Machine Records, which was Swift's earlier music label. Hence, the You Need To Calm Down songstress' entire music catalogue now belongs to Justin Bieber's manager.

Many musicians sided with Taylor and that included Señorita songstress Camila Cabello. The singer had tweeted, "I don’t know a lot about what’s going on but I will say I really believe artists should own their own life’s work." While speaking to Variety, Camila revealed as to why she defended her good friend over the entire controversy. In accordance to this, Cabello stated, "She is my friend," and added, "I can’t imagine how many times... she’s gotten disappointed by friends who were just using her, or people who just wanted to be friends with Taylor Swift or whatever."

"I’m happy to be there for her as a person. Like, 'Even when it’s not popular, I’ve got you. I’m, like, your real friend.'" Camila shared.

Furthermore, Cabello explained that she understood T-Swift's frustration of not being able to own her own masters. She thinks it sucks and truly heartbreaking for Swift. Camila also believes that the hard work done by an artist to make music and not own them is "kind of a ridiculous concept," not before calling the music industry systems "messed up."

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